I purchased the polyurethane deck coating to cover our front porch. It's only 4 years old but had some small pits in it and some hairline cracks so it didn't look very nice and we wanted to do something to 'spruce it up.' We did get a quote from a company to do a rubber type coating and it was $2500! We decided to try to do this on our own. We followed all instructions exactly (power wash, concrete etch etc). I used the primer product first which went on very easily and dried so quickly. I then rolled on 3 heavy coats of the liquid rubber (misty grey); letting it dry between each coat. The product was super easy to roll on and to work with. I did tape the walls and it tells you to remove the tape when product is still wet though I don't know how you can do that really. I knew it would be a bit of a pain to remove it once dry but a little patience and an exacto knife was all that was needed. Porch looks great and I'd highly recommend the product to others
The primer along with the geotape joined the seams of the decking on my kayak pool making a perfect surface for the textured poly
The primer is easy to apply and cleanups are very easy as well because the product is warmer based. It creates a great surface for the seam tape and the liquid rubber as well as provides the confidence the the rubber is given the best opportunity to stick and last.
applies easy, not just a primer, as it also seals and fills crevices.
Excellent technical support and service.
I used on an elevated cement deck that had cracks leaking water to carport underneath, solved it 100%. Then I applied polyurethane coating on top (separate product) and it is a perfect solution. Perfect 400 sq ft deck for under 1,000$ and 2 half days of work. Professionals asked for 4,000$ and more. Paints easily. Products do show the imperfections in the cement, but in you apply it rough with long roller fibers it looks fine and it makes it non-slippery
Very easy to apply with roller. Gave the 500 sq ft deck 2-3 coats. I have 1/2 a 5 gallon pail leftover.